Olivia Dawn Mok
Tatler Hong Kong|October 2021
The DJ, producer and musician blends classical training and modern technology to create her sound
Samantha Mei Topp

Musician Olivia Dawn Mok, aka Xiaolin, is making waves in Hong Kong with a unique sound that blurs the lines between classical and electronic music. She began learning violin and piano at five years old, and at ten was performing solos alongside Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra. After graduating from both Juilliard and Berklee College of Music, Mok was listed alongside pop star Charlie Puth as one of the “30 Under 30” most successful Berklee alumni for her collaborations across genres.

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